ROUTE 66 MEETS HIGHWAY 1

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The open road has always been a beacon leading to limitless possibility and our wildest dreams. But one place at the end of the proverbial Yellow Brick Road glitters like no other: the surf and sand of Los Angeles. Join MUSE/IQUE for a shot of inspiration as we travel north to south and east to west along Route 66 and Highway 1 with music from The Beach Boys and Led Zeppelin to Tracy Chapman and Willie Nelson, and more. This soaring performance features Rebecca Naomi Jones, Kenton Chen, and The DC6 Singers Collective on   vocals and the MUSE/IQUE orchestra!

 
 

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THE ARTISTS

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Rebecca Naomi Jones, Vocals

Rebecca Naomi Jones is an American actress and singer best known for her performances in the Broadway rock musicals Passing Strange, American Idiot, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and Oklahoma! on Broadway. She also starred more recently in New York City’s Shakespeare in the park adaptation of As You Like It.

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Kenton Chen, VOCALS

Kenton Chen is a singer, actor, and songwriter based in Los Angeles. You can see him on NBC’s Perfect Harmony and HBO’s Room 104. A graduate of USC Thornton's jazz program, Kenton first gained national attention on NBC’s The Sing-Off.  Since then, he has lent his classical, pop, and jazz voice to many projects, most notably Scary Pockets, Stories, and Postmodern Jukebox! 

The MUSE/IQUE Orchestra

BASS

Michael Valerio (arrangements)

Don Ferrone

DRUMS 

Jamey Tate (arrangements)

GUITAR

Michael Abraham

Justin Smith

PIANO 

Alan Steinberger (arrangement)

VIOLIN I

Alyssa Park (concertmaster)

Ashoka Thiarajagan

Grace Oh

Lisa Dondlinger

Mina Hong

VIOLIN II

Ina Veli

Neel Hammond

Paul Cartwright

Marisa Kuney

VIOLA

Shawn Mann

Rodney Wirtz

Caroline Buckman

CELLO

Charlie Tyler

Ginger Murphy

Marshall McDaniel

TRUMPET

Rob Schaer

Dan Fornero

TROMBONE

Nick Daley

Ryan Dragon

HORN

Allen Fogle

Sarah Bach

SAXOPHONE / DOUBLES

Damon Zick

Brett McDonald

Pat Posey

Thank you to our generous season sponsors:

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The Havner Family Foundation, The Jerry and Terri Kohl Family Foundation, Anonymous, Alyce de Roulet Williamson, Ellen and Harvey Knell, Anonmous, and Michael Casey.